Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1933
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AT THE WORLD'S FAIR Weather OSTLY unsettled) (refluent showers 5 tern " ALGONA, IOWA, JUNE 8, 1933 j[ COMING AT VERNE FOR IMORIAL DAY je 6 —''Decoration tnore or less of a ihere. A few for>en at Lu Verne . Smiths, Ames; Homer . wunkato; the Krauses, LfSinn.; Frank Mullln .BenMulHns, Klemme; the I, Wienands, former Evan- tor here, now of Lennox, , the' Q«o. AttlgS, and Vee ' Wesley; the George Eg•^ the H. E. Geigels, Ren- lirs Kate Smith and the Humboldt; the W. A. Dodge; the Burt ms'Alden; the Everett a' Lake City; 'the George ,IB I/edyard; the Carl Eagle Grove; the Wll, 8 ys, West Bend; Mrs. Wal- r Albion, and iher children; e Hot and the George /Cedar Falls; Gertrude rloo; Mrs. Carl Hof, _mrg; the Geo. Simmons I John Wermersen, Mrs. W. ifWr Bertha Godfrey, -the r" Godfreys, the -E. A. Gen[»?, Lemkee,'. the Fred O«l*&..''/i E.'Wllley, arid Mra. t«olte, all of Algona; and Zweifels, Corwlth. The services, which began at .,; Included decorating of vet- k pares; music by the' Lu band; invocation by the Rev. |Koonce; reading by Gordon rand De Rae 1/ichty; and -an i \>y Mr. Godfrey. Election ;ers followed; Dan Ellis, re- president; P. 'C. .Llchty, furs. F. I. Chapman, secre- Kirer; Mrs. Fred Steussy, ,._.TT Lichty, and Consuelo , jrogram committee. After i at the cemetery the band . hour's concert on "Main i Women Name Officers— | Jane meeting of the Metho- slonary society will end the 1 at the meeting 'held last . at the Chambers & Hot [officers were elected:' Mrs. [Thomiyson, president;'"" Mrs. I'BaMeley, vice; Mrs. W. P. iy, secretary; Mrs., A. -••It, treasurer; Mrs. iRay |i Mite'Box secretary; Mrs.-H. ^superintendent of, Moth- wels.' Mrs, Maynard Spoon- jtowed the missionary maga- |Mrs. Wm. Baddeley reported let convention at Esther* [and Mrs. Ray Stone gave a Tie Stands 2-2 After Three Extra Innings 12 Pages Number 39 plays Whittemore, June 6—The Junior League nine played Hurt Sunday. It was to be a seven-inning game, but the game bad to be called off -after; ten innings, when the score remained tied, 2-2. 'Lester Qulnn struck out 17 bat- iters, and .allowed eight hits. Ewald and McDonald were the Burt battery, and Ewald allowed six hits and delivered ten strikeouts. After the junior game the local regulars rplayed iFenton a one-sided game. Peter Nellis pitched and Joseph 'Loefoach caught for Whittemore. Hugo Mittag .pitched four inning-s for Fenton, but was relieved by Arnold 'Kuecker. The score was 8-0 in favor of the locals. Nellis pitched a. no-hit, no-run game. Mittag and Kuecker allowed 12 hits. 'Next Sunday Whittemore at the Algona fair grounds. Sub-Deacon Is Ordained— Edward, son of Mike Fandel, was and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fandel, of Whittemore, and Mrs. Joseph Elbert and her son Mike, of Algona, drove to St. Paul to attend services. John Cullen Jr., who also attends the seminary, is visiting here. Surprise for William Elberts— A surprise picnic dinner took place Sunday evening at William Elbert's, and 100 attended. The Elberts are to move to Metamora, 111. Gifts were presented to them. Other Whittemore News. Mrs. Frank Schattschneider has been having trouble with one arm. Some time ago she broke an elbow bone and had the arm in a cast 13 weeks. Now she is having the arm treated for stiffness of the cords. Mrs. Krebsbach has had a cast removed'from one hip. She had worn it since she suffered a fall 'down cellar. vacation church next Monday. school to start 1 Women In Picnic— | Evangelical Missionary socl- »k baskets last Thursday and i picnic at the Walter Heftl inear Hardy. The lesson was by the president,- Mrs. Werkie, with talks by Anna ths Mission . Band . and rr Marty on 'the children's i Toung People Meet— Lutheran Y. p; S. met 'last JTueafey evening. Geo. Tiede ' ' a business meeting in w of the pastor. The (went to William iRistau's tor Mr. and Mrs. Arno RIs- < UHmer Has Operation— »W Larimer, better known as • underwent an emergency op- •nwpwtoratedvgastric ulcer Me appendicitis at Mercy . Port' Dodge, last week evening, •••> ... _____ , *WntTo Leave— c l«xm,.Mr.,Chr!sitenson{ M. : fWiUhere for the last nine leaving been ordered to Fort where ierin?. e operator. services for Martin 'Whose death was reported C ot.* 8 ^ lield Saturday at burial. in the L,u * who hwpltal tor some time, home last week Wednes- some better. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Dtck Wermersen returned Friday from Huron, S. D M where she had been with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, a month. Carmen Wermersen, left for Huron Monday to stay with Mrs. Dornberger, who is recuperating from ! an operation for removal of a goiter. . ,•--.Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders and Stuart and Mrs. Riddle attended Memorial services at Swea City. The Dr. A. L. Spooners and the Maynard 'Spooners were at (Forest City, and Mrs. Priscilla Schaeffer, Mrs. A. L. Spooner's mother, came here with them for a visit. iBlza Smith, Boone, and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Trickey, Mr. and Mrs. Ilo Granzo, and Fred and Oene Grosser,. Owasa, visited at R. F. Snyder's Sunday, the occasion being Mr. Snyder's birthday, ajid'ia b'irthday" dinner was . the main feature. W. B. Mason, Lottie, Jennie, and Mpna Mason, and Kenneth Thompson. .the' latter of Ledyard, left last week Wednesday for Readstown, Wis., to visit the Lyman Martins. Jennie and Mona were to remain two weeks, the others returning Saturday. The Lutheran women met 'last Thursday in the church basement, and plans were made for the serving of meals during the ministers' conference, also tor a stand at a F.qurth of July picnic. Mrs. Max Meyers'/was hostess, Mrs. Arthur Dim'ler accompanied *tiie"VW,.'B. Masons .on a trip to Wis- consjn. last , week and visited, the. Baeil Roobs home at La Farge and the GerajLd Herbeners at'. Mason Olfy, Mrs. Koob and Mrs. Herbener are her sisters. Grant Jennings and his son Grant Jr. accompanied four carloads of stock to Chicago Friday and took advantage of the chance to visit the Century of Progress. The- -Rev. D. Lang and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley drove to Wilton Junction recently for several days with relatives. The Good Will club meets June 15 with Mrs. Julius Stripling, Mrs. Harry Chrlstenson, assisting host- 6SS .'•'•Grant Jennings shipped ten cars of' cattle and one car of bogs to market Saturday via the C. & w- W. ' The Lutheran boys .won a Wtten- ball-galme against Falrvllle at Mai- COUPLE AT FENTON WED MONDAY IN WISCONSIN Fenton, June 6—(Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, and Gertrude, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Theesfield, were honored at a prenuptial shower last week Tuesday evening at August Zumach's. -Five hundred furnished the entertainment, and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Algona, won the high score. One hundred relatives wort in attendance. After the opening .of many gifts, refreshments were served. Mr. Zumach and Miss Theesfield, accompanied by the latter's parents, left Sunday morning for -Ladysmith, Wis., former home of the Theesfields, and the couple were to be. married there early this week, by the Rev. Mr. Bowman. They expected to be gone a week. Mr. Zumach has been proprietor of a sandwich shop for the last couple of-years. The bride was graduated from the Ladysmith high school and has taught four years. They have rented an upstairs apartment in the F. J. Weisbrod building. St. Benedict a Presbyterian The Rev. A. J. Arndorfer and his sister Lenore, of Charter Oak, came (last week Monday and Lenore will remain at home during vacation. (Father Arndorter drove on to Blue Earth Tuesday to visit another sister, Mrs. Albert German. He returned. Wednesday and drove to Spencer that evening, going on home next day. His sisters Amelia,Lenore, and Betty, with Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer, drove to Hann'a Switch last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Dennis Carroll, , Marie Grandgenett, who had been employed at West Bend, is now at home. Amelia Arndorfer and friend, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer and Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, drove to Ackley Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harig. Mary Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julia Arndorfer, lis critically sick with obstruction of- the bowels. Mr. and Mrs. Al (Rosenmeyer, accompanied by Mrs. Anna Huschka and Vivian Stephenson, drove to Halibur Saturday to visit relatives over the week-end. The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eischeid, of Whittemore, are spending a few days with thedr grandmother, Mrs. Eva German. A ball game was played here Sunday against Corwith, and Corwith won, 16-1. A good-sized crowd wou'Id have been pleased to see ai closer game; ' • Mrs. J. O. Downs, Mrs. John Raskopf, and Marie Arndorfer drove; to Mason, City last Thursday. Albert Nielson are parents of a, new son, Does Your Heat? 69c ft ra<Ji*tor and inotor i*!^, clean th.e inside of ; *W<>ut removing them from Wn<rin the for the price * * u » W»e of cleaning solution at Garage low* SHOWER FOR ALGONIAN'S BRIDE: LAKOTA iLakota, June 6—The* Presbyterian ch&ir was host at a miscellaneous shower In honor of Henrietta Aalderks at the church parlors, last Thursday evening, the 60 guests being past and present members of the choir and the .families. 'The men gave a womanless mock wedding, with Harvey Johnson as bride, George Heetland, groom, Truman Turley, flower girl, Charles Ashman, rlngbearer, John Smith minister, Dr. Williams pdan- 1st, and Jerry Ukena singer. Miss Aalderks received many gifts. Ice cream and cake were served at a late hour. Henrietta and Alvin Huenlhold will be married Wednesday. Herring Talk Draws Crowd— A crowd filled the school auditorium Memorial day to hear Governor Clyde Herring. Secretary of Agriculture Ray Murray Introduced the governor and gave a short talk. The band ifurnished music; the Woman's club sang numbers; the Ledyard township Farm Bureau male quartette sang two numbers; the Rev. Frank 'Johnson sang a solo, and Betty (Ley read Poppies In .Flanders (Field, Legionnaires led the procession.to the cemetery, where soldiers' graves were decorated. F. B. Women Have Meeting— A county committee meeting was held in Bancroft Baptist church Saturday afternoon and Mrs. May Larson, of Ames, helped the Farm Bureau women check their score card for state fair and write the new project for the second year Home Management course to be given for 1933-34. For the fair score a number of points wdll have to be covered before Atfgust 15 If the women make a perfect score. F. B. Board Has Meeting— A Farm Bureau executive board meeting was held at J. H. Warburton's Saturday evening. Plans for the county picnic and 4-H rally day were discussed. M. S. Winder, secretary of the American (Farm Bureau Federation, will speak at a Cerro Gordo picnic at Mason City Saturday. This glv.es an opportunity for facts on events at Washington, D. C., relating to agriculture. Pastor on » Vacation— The iRev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson left Monday for two weeks wiith her parents, itlhe E. C. Pingles, at Knoxville. While there they will •attend the graduating class exercises of a nursing school In Oes Moines, of which her sister Naomi i is a member. Brother IHes at Spencer— B. L. Lienemann and sister, Mrs, Elizabeth Anderson, received word last, week that their brother had died at Spencer, and they attended funeral services Saturday. jp. M. Lieneman was 85 and had been, a Meade Clement, 47, Bancroft, is Dead Bancroft, June fi—(Funeral services for Meade Clement, 47, were held last week Wednesday at the Baptist church, the Rev. C. E. Bryden officiating. Pall bearers were Frank and George Wolf, Wilbur Fox, George Simmons, and 'Ray Ooyie. Mr. Clement, who had been sick two months with heart trouble, died last week Monday. He Is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John-Clement, five brothers, and one sister. resident of Spencer since 4889. Attend County Fair Meeting— Mesdames John Heetland and J. H. Warburton attended a county .fair meeting at Swea City a week ago Tuesday. Real cooperation from those living In all parts of the county is hoped for to help make a real Kossuth county fair. Parsonage to Be Shingled— Mrs. George Altizer was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday at the church. A church board meeting was called by the pastor Saturday evening and plans made to shingle the roof of - the" parsonage. Will Visit World's Fair- Lena Gutknecht came borne Saturday to spend 'her vacation with relatives. She plans to spend part of the time in Chicago, visiting the fair. She brought one of iher pupils home with her for a visit. Club Goes to Albert Lea— The Priscilla club was entertained by Mrs. Lyman Needham, at Albert Lea, Saturday, with nine members and children and a few guests enjoying a park picnic. Other Lakota News. The Presbyterian Aid met last Thursday at the church, and. Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Charles Winter, Russell Winter, Raymond Winter, and (Fred .Schroeder were- hostesses and served a 25c supper. The. Richard Mussmans' .son-in- law,- Mr. Dow, of Sheffield/Is seriously Ml with ulcers of'the stomach and bowels, and has suffered a number of hemorrhages. Mesdames Blanche Jenks, Ledyard, Hazel Jenks, Bancroft, and Grandma Netster, I/edyard, ..were callers at Mrs. Delia Smith's Sunday. The P. L. .Koppens. went to Algona last week Tuesday to decorate graves. They also visited relatives at Irvlngton. The fifth Methodist Aid committee served the Commercial club dinner at the church last Thursday evening. The J. W. Johnsons, Kanawiha, were visitors at the iRev. (Frank Johnson's last week Tuesday. The F. F. Potters and M. H. Baileys, Mason-City, were guests at E. R. Worley's Sunday. The Lutheran Missionary society held its annual picnic at Richard Zielske's, Ascension day. Mrs. Violette' Jacobson, Paulina, spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. E. J. Woodworth. The 'Epworth League cleared |7 at. a waffle supper at .the church last week Wednesday. Only Two Tardy at Union School The rural school in 'Dist. No. 5, Union township, had 20 pupils enrolled in the year just closed, and ten had perfect attendance: Milton, Cecil, and Wallace Will, Dorothy Reid, -Ruth and Dorothy Lee Gisch, Margaret Jenkinson, and j Betty, (Letty, and Howard Sarchet. There were only two tardy marks In the whole year. Esther Will, 6, first grade, was high honor pupil, with a term average of 97, and Ruth Gisch, also 6 but in the second grade, was second in general term average but first in spelling with a term average of 99. Mary Glsch, teacher, will have the same school next year. 4 Whittemore Church Plans Big Picnic Whittemore, June 6—St. Paul's Lutheran congregation will hold its annual school picnic at the Albert Vaudt grove next Sunday. There will be a kittenball game, other sports, many kinds of additional entertainment, and refreshments. Music wail be furnished by the Algona Military band in the afternoon. This week 'Friday evening the children will give a free program at the Lutheran schoolhouse. » Wool Thieves Active. Swea City, June 6—I^ouis Gast, well known Seneca farmer, had 400 Ibs. of wool stolen from his farm, the thief making two trips to get it, visiting the farm two nights. Sheriff Dahl'hauser was here Monday looking for evidence. loses Ffnger m Accident 'Lone Rock, June 6—Henry Fischer had the second finger on bis left hand severed last week Tuesday while he was at work on a bridge northwest of Seneca, tapaci tor Capacity Days; June 8 to 17 Palmollve Shavln? C'rn Palmolive talcum pwdr. Styptic pencil Total value ...70 AM, THREE FOB ROYAL RAZOR BLADES Gillette, Gem or Autostrop TEN BLADES FOE WE GIVE WORWS FAIR COUPONS James' Rexall The Good Old Summer Time —IS HERE ! And we were never better prepared for the hot weather than We are this season, and prices 'were never Jower. ; ,4 OUR OIL STOVE LINE IS COMPLETE Prices ranging from $4.95 up to $45.00 We have hundreds of seasonable items to make life more pleasant for you during the hot months that are to follow. We invite you to look them over. ELECTRIC FANS Ranging in price from $3.45 to $10.05 And when you plan that vacation trip, remember that we have a big stock of fishing tackle, thermos bottles, thermos jugs, camp stoves, etc. This is screening time. We have it in all widths —• black and galvanized. Ice Cream Freezers, Sprayers, Sprinkling Cans, Lawn Hose, Fly Spray, Lawn Sprinklers, at very low prices. ; | 1 Ib. can Arsenate of Lead in any quantity, 20c per Ib. 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